many now even in the post
I've moved on to creating
a Christmas bunting to be included as part of a
Christmas vignette which I will post next visit.
I decided this time I would create one
(actually my first)
the central theme of what Christmas means to me.
Giving it a rustic look
using a very course burlap as the background
I incorporated a variety of grey dyed vintage doilies
and embellishments all strung together
using a length of sari ribbon.
So when all of my blogging friends will be huddled
around their fires in the Northen Hemisphere
eating their Christmas pudding and looking out onto snow
we, living downunder, near the beautiful
beaches will be wearing our sun hats,
wading in the water
watching these magnificent large Pelicans
oh and there are a few Black Shags too!
(It looks as if they might be sharing a conversation!!!).
but only about 8 minutes to this beautiful coastal town
on the far south coast of Australia.
I'm linking this to Grey Dey Thursdey
over at Michelle's blog (Petite Michelle Louise)
and Fishtail Cottage with Tracie
where you will see some beautiful Christmas decorating.
Very shortly I will be picking a bucket full of these magnificent
Christmas Lillies from our garden for my Christmas
The fragrance is just to die for!!!
Wishing you much joy and peace during this Festive Season!